Saturday, May 12, 2012

Kotel Kosher opens at Chicago French Market May 15

Yona Metzger, Chief Rabbi of Israel, to Officiate Opening

The Chicago French Market (131 North Clinton Street; 312-575-0306) welcomes a new and unique vendor, Kotel Kosher. Kotel Kosher is a "grab and go" that will offer shoppers a wide variety of strictly Kosher deli and grocery products for either dining at the Chicago French Market or taking home.

Kotel Kosher logo ETA grand opening celebration is planned for May 15. Honored guest Yona Metzger, Chief Rabbi of Israel, will officiate.*

For those who want a Kosher meal on the go, there will be plenty from which to choose, including all popular Kosher brands. Kotel Kosher will be run by the same people who own Chicago Organics, a mainstay at the Chicago French Market.

Kotel Kosher Pre-opening Booth low resKotel Kosher will be one of the only places in the West Loop area of Chicago where people can go to purchase strictly Kosher grocery items. Metra commuters, people who work in nearby office buildings and residents of the West Loop will be pleased with the convenience of shopping at Kotel Kosher.

Kosher foods are those that conform to the regulations of Jewish law (Laws of Kashruth) that were first written in the book of Leviticus.

Kotel Kosher will be open Monday through Friday and, in keeping with Jewish law, will close at sundown on Friday and stay closed all day on Saturdays.

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